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pled the fifth. >> well, sean, one of the important things is that the more we see lois lerner as at the center of a number of points, the people below her in cincinnati and washington were sending information to her and she was saying stop, don't do anything. she's part of the discussion with the political-appointed office of the chief consul, and as you say, she took the fifth when we simply wanted to ask her what she knew and when she knew it. and when you see that she circumvented the official mail in private -- i hate to call it private, but in using non-government e-mail accounts for government-type business or communications with other individuals and agencies such as the fec or the s.e.c., it raises concerns about what she was really up to. >> first of all, would this be illegal what she's done? do you think she's been obstructing justice? if in fact she was using a personal account? is that legal? >> it's an odd law. the federal records act requires that all this information be gathered. but there's no explicit penalty. it's not a crime you can go to jail for for simpl
, sean. this is not about republicans versus democrats anymore. this is hurting all americans. what own view labor unions, workers for the irs coming out against this, workers sent up to capitol hill to calm people down, you realize how much it's already hurting our country. for me this is the last best chance. we have to do this. if we don't at leeftz try to do this, the impact it's going have on our economy, some of it is going to be irreversible. >> and it's costing billions. the president got rid of the employee mandate that's costing $12 billion. >> think about the people who have health insurance now and they're happy with it. they're going to lose that health insurance. they have a doctor they've been seeing for the last 15 or 20 years. won't be able to keep going to that doctor. i think of working-class americans who are right now work 40g hours a week that because of obama care are going to be cut back to 29 hours a week. i think about the small businesses that want to expand and grow but are afraid to do so because it wows trigger the obama mandate. i've met and talked to thes
well for the base. >> but it also limits debates. and by putting them on with rush limbaugh and sean hannity as the hosts, i actually think what they're doing is creating more opportunity for them to highlight some of the more fringe positions of the party which is not really what they ought to be doing. >> i thought that the autopsy made a lot of sense and one of the things, i'm paraphrasing, one of the things in the autopsy said we need to get out of the echo chamber. i remember, and i've said this before, that on wednesday morning after the election there were folks that were just mystified by how obama had won because they were solely dependent on drudge, talk radio and fox news. it seems like in contrast to the autopsy finding from the rnc, they're going right back into that direction. >> that's the answer. let's get rush and sawn hannity to moderate debates. in all honesty, i kind of want that to happen. i think for many republicans out there that want the party to change, to move forward in a different direction, it has to hit rock bottom first. and maybe having sean hannity a
. >> but it also limits debates. and by putting them on with rush limbaugh and sean hannity as the hosts, i actually think what they're doing is creating more opportunity for them to highlight some of the more fringe positions of the party which is not really what they ought to be doing. >> i thought that the autopsy made a lot of sense and one of the things, i'm paraphrasing, one of the things said we need to get out of the echo chamber. i've said this before, on wednesday morning after the election there were folks mystified by how obama won because they were solely dependent on drudge, talk rao and fox news. it keems like in contrast to the autopsy finding from the rnc, they're going right back into that direction. >> that's the answer. let's get rush and sawn hannity to monitor debates. in all honesty, i kind of want that to happen. for many republicans out there that want the party to change to move forward in a different direction, it has to hit rock bottom first. maybe having sean hannity and rush host a debate, we've hit rock bottom and we would be able to be move forward. the rnc d
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department. the attack, as you know, killed u.s. ambassador christopher stephens foreign service officer sean smith and two knave officers shields tyrone woods and glen daugherty. major league baseball latest drug scandal could derail the career of one of the nation's biggest stars. alex rodriguez. a source telling the associated press, mlb officials are threatening to boot a rod for life. that is unless he agrees to accept a long suspension. fox news can not independently confirm that that -- can county no confirm 10 years, 257-million-dollar contract. all of this has to do with a florida clinic which allegedly banned enforcement drugs. trace gallagher has the story. what happens if they can't strike a deal with a rod? >> will, harris if the commissioner bud selig signs on it's likely major league baseball moves forward and try to ban a rod for life. a rod in return would likely appeal that decision, while he is appealing he has the right to rodriguez may have to come clean to that arbitrator. now the experts say arbitrator would probably suspend him for about both sides' best interest to no
's cousin alquino rivera. an arrest has been made in *that case. mayor jean quan and chief sean whent say the city is beefing up patrols in neighborhoods where retaliatory shootings are likely to happen. officials are also reviving 'operation ceasefire'. an anti-violence program that teams police with community members in the city's most troubled areas. worried family and friends of a missing oakland woman ramped up their search efforts yesterday to locate the federal investigator that has been missing since sunday night. 50-year-old sandra coke, disappeared after telling her daughter she was meeting i want you to know stuff i want you to be kind. i want you to be smart. super smart. i want one thing in a doctor. to speak my language. i don't want you to look at the chart before you say hi...david. quiero que me hagas sentir segura. i want you to be awesome. that's the doctor i want. at kaiser permanente, we want you to choohe docr that's right for you. find your perfect match at kp.org and thrive. with mcdonald's dollar menu at breakfast. home of the irresistible sausage burrito. ♪ and
's going on at the rnc, the meeting up there, a source wrote me yesterday, i had sean spicer on, talking about how they're trying to include minority groups more. >> right. >> a source wrote me from d.c. saying just saw the segment with sean spicer had to laugh out loud. my perspective on gop autopsy and follow through on it's probably what you suspected is all talk, no action. while the republicans are talking about this autopsy and newt gingrich talking about hope and we need to have a more hopeful message it is good talk but where is the action? >> and by the way, people like sean spicer and other leaders in the party want them to move. the problem is, it's the politico, top politico story, eve of destruction. i think it's a little melodramatic, but how republicans all the things that you go talk to republican leaders that are in charge in washington, d.c., or that want to be in charge in 2016 off the record, robert gibbs, they are more depressed and they are more down today, it's -- it's -- mike allen and jim vandehei wrote this article -- than they were after barack obama's re-elect
child adolf hitler in new jersey. that kid is stuck with that. or osama bin laden or sean hannity. these are horrible names! >> sean hannity, that is not fair. >> all kidding aside, one quick thing, i know stephanie wants to jump in. in tennessee, turned statute of child abuse, it includes not just physical abuse, but imminent mental abuse. if you're going to name your child messiah or a worse name, a more challenging name, the child live withes it, not the parent. they think it's cute and fun. your kid has to go every day with that and get beaten up or ostracized from society. that's wrong. >> stephanie, dean makes a point. but dean, messiah is number four among fastest growing baby names in this country. so there are lots of messiahs running around. forget the judge's rationale, is that child abuse? >> a worm hole has opened in the universe again in that i agree with michael medved. the judge is clearly overreaching here. there is no law against being an idiotic parent, erin. do they think this is going to cause some second coming panics in the state? i'm not sure. i think it is
and chief sean whent say the city is beefing up patrols in neighborhoods where retaliatory shootings are likely to happen. officials are also reviving 'operation ceasefire'. an anti-violence program that teams police with community members in the city's most troubled areas. >> the time is 6 04 a.m.. worried family and friends of a missing oakland woman ramped up their search efforts yesterday to locate the federal investigator that has been missing since sunday night. 50-year-old sandra coke, disappeared after telling her daughter she was meeting with someone who might have more information about her stolen dog. friends and family scoured the area around her home. and put up fliers in hopes of finding clues on her whereabouts. police now have recovered sandra coke's two cell phones and her car. >> it is truly a better thing to have someone will you love just disappear. it is just one think of all. i read about these things in the media that happened to other people but you do not think they should happen to you. >> police found one of her cellphones in emeryville, and the other on hi
. will it be michael vick or nick foles? that's the decision. lesean mccoy, he's going to help whoever is back there. mccoy, 8 carries, 74 yards. in for the touchdown there. eagles beat the panthers, 14-9. >>> falcons and ravens. 55 yards, falcons up 10-7. second quarter, joe flacco looking for jacoby jones. the ball pops up. asante samuel. the ball came loose. the ravens would recover before the game was over. they win 27-23. >>> pirates/cardinals. n.l. central. russell martin, off trevor rosenthal in the top of the eighth. solo shot ties it at 5-5. bottom 12. cardinals have runners on the corners. matt holliday off brian morris. pittsburgh's lead in the n.l. central, down to two. >> a very entertaining series between those two, with a lot on the line. >> i thought we were entertaining, as well. >> i'd agree. >>> that's all we got, though. back to you. >> if we had more time, we could entertain them longer. but we don't. >> they are entertaining. >> so entertaining. thank you, guys. >>> let's going to be a battle at the box office this weekend. can the one-time queen of daytime television dominate
prepared by major nidal hasan. staff sergeant sean manning shot six times spoke to fox news a year ago. with the defense department dealing with the attack he said via skype the public should make its own assessment. >> the government has treated this as an act of terrorism. i hope if people hear the words from hasan's own mouth that they understand this was an act of terrorism. >> reporter: in the only document bearing a date he writes i am compelled to renounce any oath of allegiances that require me to support/defendant any man made constitution like the constitution of the united states over the commandments mandated in islam. in another hand written document he states if i make any mistakes i ask for forgiveness in understanding. hasan declared american democracy is incomparable. even if it specifically goes against what all mighty god commands. hasan complains america's ban on cruel and unusual punishment promotes flogging of a forn cater or severing a hand of a thief. >> it is clearly an after the fact issue where he is trying to put the sort of personal jihad into a larger reli
months of gathering evidence, attorneys jeffrey light and sean canavan worked with the united states -- students against sweatshop or usas, to confirm the true identity of metro police officer nicole rizzi who had posed as a protester named missy. on monday, usas filed suit against the district of columbia seeking an injunction to stop police from spying on the group's activities. activities were able to uncover nicole rizzi's identity ago she left several clues on social media sites. in a photo posted on the site yfrong, nicole rizzi points out a typo on a piece of no address to the d.c. metropolitan police department read her finger partially covers up the address line, but it appears to identify her as director of the intelligence branch. on her now deleted tweeter account, she tweeted "they used to call me no sweat nico because no matter how hot it was at academy, i never sweat." tumblro wrote on her account. for more on the story we're joined by reporter mike elk who broke the peace. welcome. explain how they identified this officer and what the significance of this means. >> in
.i.t.police officer sean collier. a procession of police officers on motorcycles riding through cambridge, placing a single red rose in the spot where the 27-year-old died exactly four months ago today. authorities say collier was executed by the suspected boston marathon bombers while they were on the run. collier's sister said he would have been proud to see today's tribute. >> he believed in honoring police officers for what they do and first responders, that was important to him. >> organizers say the event raised $50,000 to help families of officers killed in the line of duty. >>> to colorado, just call it a burt day celebration. he is having a week-long bash, with cake, special hippo snacks and free admission for anyone named bert. he is the second oldest hip pot must. that's fox watch across america. happy birthday to bert. >>> it was a near catastrophe yesterday. a gust of wind turned the tarp on a boat, sending two overboard. the sailors were almost crushed but scooped up in seconds. despite the problem, they sailed to victory. the wind has been a concern during the race. rule changes com
floating the idea of having rush limbaugh and sean hannity moderate the debates, they continue with this that rather than accepting change in america, they are catering to that very small dwindling base and figuring out ways to keep everybody else out. >> well, you know, despite those very thoughtful autopsies, which were right about what the republican party needs to do. it is a party largely of aging white voters. clearly, they can't depend on that base if they want to win presidential elections. but there are a lot of aging white voters in their base who don't want to let anybody else in. when reince talked about at the rnc convention over the weekend. when he tried to talk about expanding the base beyond aging white voters. he got very tepid applause. what are other republicans trying to do across the country, trying to restrict voting rights. across the country they're trying to keep blacks and latinos from voting. and alabama, in texas, in north carolina, they're also trying to restrict reproductive rights. trying very, very hard basically to outlaw abortion for any reaso
: and there are but the benghazi attack killed u.s. ambassador chris stevens state department officer sean smith and two former navy seales tyrone woods and glenn dorty. now the feds have filed the first criminal charges in that attack. they won't tell us what the charges are and not identifying the suspects. around here we have learned the name of one suspect. it turns out he talked to us not too long ago. steve centanni in d.c. steve? >> yeah, shep. a u.s. official confirmed these charges were filed without saying exactly what they are. officially, the justice department is only acing the investigation into that attack in benghazi is ongoing. and remains a top priority. now, we don't know if three individuals originally identified by the fbi are the ones now facing charges, but, according to one source, one of those charged is the head of a libyan michigan group -- militia group. he said he was present during the attack only directing traffic outside not directing the violence inside. he denied being a ringleader even though others have claimed he was. some in washington say filing these charges in this case
together with my buddy sean hannity, and mark levin, and we interview some of the candidates. the bay i think would like that. >> listen, i actually think that's a very good idea. >> here's the irony. he led a massive gop autopsy to figure out why they got crushed in the last election. the results, the party needs to, quote, learn to appeal to more people. this is how you do it? by shutting out news outlets and retremendousing for a your fox news echo chamber michael steele was chairman of the rnc before priebus. joan walsh action and both are msnbc political analysts. michael, if this were still the steele administration, would you be pursuing this path? >> yeah, some form of it, to be honest. >> why? >> but will et me break it down for you. i wouldn't be pursuing it now, because there's no body of evidence to prove your point, so there's nothing beyond the base to rally the american people and those in the media who, like chuck todd and others, would say, yeah, this does not smell necessarily correct. to do it now sort of goes to your point about the trifecta, and i think it does set
sean hadn't hannity and we interview some of the candidates. because the base i think would like that. >> listen, i don't think -- i actually think that's a very good idea. >> now, here is the irony. priebus led a massive gop autopsy to figure out why they got crushed in the last election. the results, the party needs to, quote, learn to appeal to more people. this is how you do it, by shutting out news outlets and retreating to your own fox news echo chamber? if he gets his way, it isn't new voices that the party will be hearing and reaching just their own. michael steele was chairman of the rnc before priebus. joan walsh is editor of salon, and both are msnbc political analysts. michael, if this were still the steele administration, would you be pursuing this path? >> yes, some severe thunderstorm of it, to be honest with you. >> why? >> let me break it down for you. i wouldn't be pursuing it now, because there is no body of evidence to prove your point. and so there is nothing to really beyond the base to rally the american people and those in the media who like chuck todd and othe
. >>> a former nfl star went from the super bowl to a mobile meat market. here's sean considine in an apron. he helped the baltimore ravens beat the san francisco 49ers in the super bowl in february and now he is following his culinary dreams in this food truck. >> no idea if i'm going to succeed. i'm just going to go to work and try my best. this is a challenge i have looked forward to for a long time and here we go. >> his 24-foot trailer serves chicken, steak and salads and his mom helps out. so good luck to him. >> from the super bowl to a food truck. >> there you go. >>> 6:26. a person of interest in the murder of a bay area investigator and that's not all. randy alana's shocking secret he told kpix 5 in a jailhouse interview. >> and a bay area youth group focuses in on science, engineering and technology. why they are getting a lesson in law, as well. >> reporter: the rim fire near yosemite is no match for firefighters on the ground. it's burning faster than firefighters can put it out. we'll have the unique look at the fight from the skies. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, >> your realtime capti
last september 11th killing ambassador chris stevens, information officer sean smith, and former navy s.e.a.l. tyrone woods and glen dougherty. adam housley live in our west coast newsroom with more. adam, where are we in this investigation? >> reporter: well, the information we've received in the last week really reaffirms and also moves forward what they had heard, which is the u.s. had information on these suspects last november, was reiterated in january and put, quote, on a silver platter for u.s. leaders, and nothing was done. now what we have learned in the last week to advance that even more is that there was an action report actually given to the president back on august 7th, and at least one suspect in the benghazi attack. also, a number of things that have happened behind the scenes in the last few months. first of all, we've been told that at one point a special operator who had come into the area to take over the unit training libyans had some words with the interim ambassador basically saying i'll be letting these guys get away with murder and the person that replaced him,
? first up, "worlds end" folks who made sean of the dead and hot fuzz. five lifelong friend go become to finish an historic pub crawl they started in the 90s. when the final pub is called halfway through. and everyone in the town replaced by robots. the motley troupe has to save the human race. it begins like this. take a listen. >> -- for 16 years -- i haven't had a drink for 16 years. >> you must be thirsty the we can go back. and this time we will finish this thing once and for all. >> you have a selective memory, jerry. >> thanks. >> you remember friday nights. i remember monday mornings. >> you get the sense of the zany verbal humor. "new york post" reviewer said, "world's end, can't end soon enough." >> most actually reviews were positive. l.a. times, feels like a sell brags of friendship and dlab racing and all that is silly and gloriousen the human spirit. not bad. >> continuing with our alcohol theme here. drinking buddies is a small indy movie romantic comedy, at the heart of the drama are two brewery workers, like and kate and greg attraction to each other though both are i
a talk radio debate where maybe i get together with my buddy sean hadn't hannity and we interview some of the candidates. because the base i think would like that. >> listen, i don't think -- i actually think that's a very good idea. >> now, here is the irony. priebus led a massive gop autopsy to figure out why they got crushed in the last election. the results, the party needs to, quote, learn to appeal to more people. this is how you do it, by shutting out news outlets and retreating to your own fox news echo chamber? if he gets his way, it isn't new voices that the party will be hearing and reaching just their own. michael steele was chairman of the rnc before priebus. joan walsh is editor of salon, and both are msnbc political analysts. michael, if this were still the steele administration, would you be pursuing this path? >> yes, some severe thunderstorm of it, to be honest with you. >> why? >> let me break it down for you. i wouldn't be pursuing it now, because there is no body of evidence to prove your point. and so there is nothing to really beyond the base to rally the america
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wanted to make a comment, i seen on the sean hannity show that when george zimmerman was introduced and sean hannity asked him if he could do anything over, would he change anything? and the man said no. >> stephanie: yeah. he said it was god's will. >> caller: yeah, it was god's will. and if this man has any -- calls himself a religious human being, he has a lot of reckoning to do with his maker when he meets him. >> stephanie: you are absolutely right. that to me was the most egregious part of this. if he ever expressed any remorse, like oh, i wish i would have stayed in my car -- but really? i wouldn't do anything different? >> caller: ma'am, i'm sorry, i have been in trouble with the law when i was younger, but the only people in my life that i have ever met who made that statement were convicted murders. >> stephanie: yeah. yeah. exactly. well that's -- that's why remorse is part of sentencing hearings. unbelievable. by the way i have seen this picture of mitch mcconnell it is hilarious. he looks like he is doing your impression, because he has seen his new poll numbers. >> oh,
, for a fallen hero killed in the line of duty during the boston bombing manhunt. m.i.t. security officer sean collier was weeks away from becoming a summerville police officer. when he was shot and killed by the boston bombing suspects. yesterday, the summerville police department posthumously swore collier in and retired his badge. >> robert griffin iii quarterback of the washington redskins lighter in the wallet this morning. rg3 fined $10,000 by the nfl for apparent violation of his apparel. before monday night's game against the steelers. griffin wore a t-shirt made by adidas. nfl rules say players must wear nike gear. griffin didn't play in the game. >>> more than 50 large wildfires burn out of control across the western states, a blaze outside yosemite national park has tripled in size. california governor jerry brown has declared a state of emergency. as thick smoke spread as far as reno. 150 miles away. sheriffs deputies have been going door to door urging people to evacuate. many are refusing to leave. >> take a look at the weather. clear skies across the west coast. thunderstorms ac
other people at the party, patrick legaspi and sean steiner, both 19, started punching him in the head, the victim fell to the ground and the two suspects cigarette and attempted to take the victim's shoes, able to track down the two one of the suspects still in his possession, steiner and legaspi were mateo county jail. >> san jose police have restarted a program to coincide with the beginning of the new school year intended to reduce both truancy and daytime burglaries, a spokesman said today. the police department's truancy abatement/burglary suppression program, or tabs, was created because many juveniles who cut school in the past have been found to commit daytime burglaries, processing center at the san jose police athletic league stadium at daily basis with one overtime hours, dwyer said. be dispatched each schoolsole purpose of finding returning them to school or to the tabs center to be guardian, dwyer said. the department will release more details about the >> san francisco's neighbordistrict attorney george gascon launched the initiative two years ago. with the hope to find
you to go out and engage religious leaders in faith based communities in our day to day work. >> sean casey has been working as an advisor and was a senior advisor or religious affairs and national cared nature during president obama's campaign. blurring the line between church and state questions said we can incorporate faith into our efforts without violating the constitution. >> breaking news just now, the judge in the fort hood trial ruled that major nidal hussan's team has to stay on. they say they're going to appeal. we're back after the break. ♪ >> i think the number one thing that viewers like about "the young turks" is that we're honest. i think the audience gets that i actually mean it. >> you're putting out there something that you're proud of. journalists want the the story and they want the right story and the want the true story. >> you can say anything here. >> i spent a couple of hours with a hooker. >> your mistake was writing a check. >> she never cashed it! >> the war room. >> compared to other countries with tighter gun safety laws, our death toll is just stagger
. >> reporter: for third baseman, sean thomas the game means getting back on his feet. joe is helping him find a job. >> i appreciate it, joe. >> they have a lot of openings. >> reporter: for rose it is about belonging. >> i am part of a team, a part of society again. i love it. >> reporter: on joe carobello's diamond in the rough. >> that a boy, mitch! >> reporter: clayton sandel, abc news, denver. >> it just takes one person with a brilliant idea. sometimes that is so brilliant. the kind of thing that cities across america should start adopting. a wonderful way. to bring people together. >> good for the soul. good for us. we should get out there. sunny lawson field they're playing on. newly restored. where my favorite writer in the whole world -- where jack kerouac watched, and talked about it in the book "on the road." >> did you write that? >> i did not. i saw that. >> i mentioned jack kerouac. >> must say something. about jack kerouac. a cool story. cool tidbit. >> next, we'll get into football. >> nfl teams were practicing. college kids were playing for real. an ending that will be hard
across the united states. sean penn as a surfer and stoner named jeff spicoli. featured stars, judge reinhold forest whitaker nicolas cage and jennifer jason leigh. the cast has been nominated for ten oscars winning four. all nominated for 18 golden globes, winning 5. the movie grossed more than $27 million at the box office and continues to be a cult classic. forest whitaker's role starring in "the butler." whitaker joins us on thursday on "cbs this morning." >>> would you share your doctor's point with a stranger? the number of visits offering group visits has doubled. dr. devi nampiaparampil has offered group visits. good morning. >> good morning. >> how does a group doctor visit work? >> right now, patients can have a lot of frustration with the health care system. if they have an appointment today, they may have to wait weeks for an appointment. even as they get that appointment, they may only have ten minutes with face-to-face visits. here with the group visit, you may have more face-to-face interaction with the doctor an hour to two hours. you may get to as
officers and their supporters. they're here to remember their fallen brothers and sisters. including sean collier, the young mit police officer who was shot and killed by the alleged boston marathon bombers. 200 officers from more than 75 departments are riding. >> and i am very, very sorry for your loss. >> they stop at the site of officer collier's death to pay tribute. the procession continues to the state house. for a memorial service honoring all of the fallen officers in massachusetts. ♪ o say can you see -- >> your service is what makes us safe and your sacrifices protect our freedom. >> reporter: leading the charge, harry harrington, a former police officer and the founder of ride for cops. >> the mission for ride for cops is simple. it is to raise support for families of fallen police officers and raise awareness of the dangers of law enforcement. 100% of the money we raise goes back to support law enforcement and almost all of it back to support the families of our fallen heros. >> reporter: and for the friends and families of the fallen officers. >> today's event meant to me
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